Author Archives: gfwilson

About gfwilson

Artist, film maker, photographer...but mostly part-time library worker.

Give Up

There is a point on the graph of Time and Space in which Nihilism and Practicality overlap on their journeys. You realize that some activities are futile while others are simply harmful to yourself. And in that tiny point of … Continue reading

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Trek v. Wars

There’s this strange, raging battle in sci-fi and nerd culture that I don’t quite understand. Get the right kind of geeks together, bring up science fiction, and watch the bloodbath begin. They get into their niches and hold the position … Continue reading

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A Placeholder for Creativity

Some days you can do nothing but stare at a blank page for an hour before deciding that nothing is going to come out. Creativity can sometimes be fickle and when it dries up, things can be difficult. You have … Continue reading

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Big Kids

It had been raining a lot, and heavily. Trips outside of the house included running to various workplaces under umbrellas and ponchos, but nowhere else. And even though we had a plethora of video games and board games and each … Continue reading

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The Loudest Trumpet

With each passing week and every new Donald Trump quote, you can practically hear comedians the country over rubbing their hands together whilst salivating. Trump’s own brand of ridiculous nonsense is what comedians live for. He can say just about … Continue reading

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To the Person Who Censored This Book

I get a lot of weird and/or funny stories out of my workplace. I often come home and share some odd event with friends, in which everyone gets to laugh or roll their eyes. You’d think life was sleepy working … Continue reading

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Your Memes Are the Worst

It’s a whole new world out there. Gone are the days of simply sitting and talking on the porch with your neighbors; or hanging out with a group of friends at your favorite bar. No, we live in an age … Continue reading

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